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There won’t be much change under Zanu-PF - Zimbabweans


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Zimbabwe – Despite the celebrations that followed the resignation of Zimbabwe’s former president Robert Mugabe on Tuesday, there is still uncertainty among Zimbabweans about the country’s future under ruling party Zanu-PF.

Mugabe resigned on Tuesday following a military takeover and mass protests demanding that he step down.—More…

There won’t be much change under Zanu-PF - Zimbabweans
2017-11-22 11:30
Iavan Pijoos
Zimbabweans celebrating with the military in the capital on Tuesday night. (Supplied)
Zimbabweans celebrating with the military in the capital on Tuesday night. (Supplied)
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‘Now we can go back home’ - Zimbabweans rejoice in Johannesburg

2017-11-22 09:34
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Zimbabwe – Despite the celebrations that followed the resignation of Zimbabwe’s former president Robert Mugabe on Tuesday, there is still uncertainty among Zimbabweans about the country’s future under ruling party Zanu-PF.

Mugabe resigned on Tuesday following a military takeover and mass protests demanding that he step down.



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